We had this come up in my campaign, which is not Golarion-based.
I determined that elven infancy is very short, a 1 year old elf is equivalent to a 3 year old human. So they're out of the icky stage very quickly.
From there, development slows. Puberty begins around 30 (elves aren't sure about this - everyone is different, and they've stopped counting by now anyway) and lasts for around 30 years.
All the upheaval caused in humans by rapid growth in adolescence is stretched out over a much longer period of time. This allows a more sedate emotional and physical development, and is less traumatic to the elven 'teen'.
From there, they enter what would be analogous to human 'college years', the late teen, early adult years where they start to really become part of the community. This lasts until they get the urge to cast aside the folly of youth and become PCs...
It's a rough guide, and there's a lot of leeway with which a GM can play, but that's how it works for my campaign.
"Man is like a candle. He must radiate light by burning himself." -Ankar Moor, Deathsport
This line was spoken by Richard Lynch, a man who had, during an LSD trip gone bad, set himself on fire. I always wondered if the line was written intentionally, with that in mind, or if it was one of those bizarre accidents.
'Kolchak - the Night Stalker' featured an intriguing, alien creature.
No name was given; it was invisible, consumed bone marrow (which it regurgitated later), had incredible strength, and at one point in the episode, made two tons of lead ingots disappear.
Not sure how that would translate to Pathfinder, but I found it interesting.
I started playing in 1978. During the Satanic Panic of the 80s-90s, I only ran into one person who bought into the 'D&D causes suicide, drug use, ingrown toenails, International Communism, etc.'
Funny, in 2006 I started a new job, and when he learned of my interest in role-playing games, I had a supervisor ask if I worshipped the devil. I told him I had been doing that before I got into gaming.
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (sp?)
3.) A human patron of the establishment singles out a non-human, declaring, "Your kind isn't welcome here."
4.) A group of clever scoundrels starts a staged fight between two of their number. While all eyes are on the combatants, the others proceed to steal food and drink from the bar and its customers.
John Kretzer wrote:
Murder by Death
John Kretzer wrote:
I have not got a chance to watch this yet...what is it about?
An arctic research station is indulging in questionable experiments when something goes wrong. Investigators arrive to assist, and are trying to figure out what's going on.
I laughed out loud at their collection of garden gnomes.
Best use for monkeys, EVER!
I'd like to see the Kingmaker framework expanded to allow things like underground tunnel settlements and even the stereotypical elven tree city.
Paizo set the rules up in a basic fashion, so you could build a regular fantasy town and kingdom. That's a great start, how about some variety to the mix now?